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Olympus Trip 35 40mm 1:2,8

€125,00 EUR
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Excelent Olympus Trip 35 40mm 1:2,8 rangefinder camera.Tested and working only some sign of use on the camera. The camera is in good condition.

The Olympus Trip 35 is a fully-automatic 35mm compact camera, manufactured by Olympus from 1967 to 1984, during which time over ten million units were sold, though this oft-quoted figure is likely to have included later plastic-bodied Olympus cameras with Trip branding, as the original Trip 35 had serial numbers going up to around 5,400,000. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered by a selenium cell surrounding the lens, and consequently the camera runs without batteries. Until June 1978, the shutter button was silver-coloured metal. After that date, all Trips had a black plastic button.


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Hard to Find | CAMERA STORE

Olympus Trip 35 40mm 1:2,8

€125,00 EUR

Excelent Olympus Trip 35 40mm 1:2,8 rangefinder camera.Tested and working only some sign of use on the camera. The camera is in good condition.

The Olympus Trip 35 is a fully-automatic 35mm compact camera, manufactured by Olympus from 1967 to 1984, during which time over ten million units were sold, though this oft-quoted figure is likely to have included later plastic-bodied Olympus cameras with Trip branding, as the original Trip 35 had serial numbers going up to around 5,400,000. The auto-exposure mechanism is effectively solar-powered by a selenium cell surrounding the lens, and consequently the camera runs without batteries. Until June 1978, the shutter button was silver-coloured metal. After that date, all Trips had a black plastic button.

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